Today is Good Friday, an extremely important day in the church calendar. Good Friday is the day that we take time to remember and reflect on the crucified God, and there is plenty to think about. Continue reading One Thing That Makes Good Friday So Good
It’s an election year here in America and this means that there are political adds, political debates, political opinions, and political everything. I’m originally from Iowa and that is where the first caucus takes place, so I would get more than enough politics in a year. Continue reading The King That Refused to be King
A lot of reading accomplished, and a few papers later, I am finally ready to finish up this two part post on theology. I know you were on the edge of your seats waiting for this one. If you missed the first post that deals with the posture and attitude I believe we should have when approaching theology, you can check it out here. Continue reading No Need To Guess
Most people who have identified as Christians for any amount of time have become familiar with the term “gospel.” Gospel means “good news.” I don’t think I am sharing anything groundbreaking so far. However, I want to spend the duration of this post addressing the gospel. What is this good news? What makes it so good? Continue reading Have We Gotten the Good News Wrong?